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nUMI ADVANCE. FOR DAILY. One year 6 Six month.. j Three months " ' ",". 1 50 Supplied by carrier at 12$ cenU per week. FOB WEEKLY. Three months 50 Six months $5 One Year . .,f 1 go FOR TRI-WEEKLT. Six months 2 00 One year 4 00 NOTICE. EV AN S V ILL. MORNING E ' . Mia a c ... . . i wgMppwyr1 .1 . WWP MflB ilLY JOURNAL. EDITION. VOLUME XVI. EVaSSVlLLE TNU. TJiURSJJAY, OCTOBER 8 1863. ESTABLISHED, 1831 DRY GOODS. NOTICrs TO SHIPPERS. Tallow, Lard, Grease & Oils. The undersigned pay their Particular Attention To the sale of the aboTa articles, and SOAP S 'POCKS GENERALLY. Consignments sent to them will be PROMPTLY DISPOSED OF and Quick eturns Madb on v.-ry advanced terms. We mail onr Weekly Circnlar gratli to all sending- their address to ABKAM K.MIGHT dfc. SONS, 3 Water Street, If. T. City. iy1fld6m STOVE WORKS. J r. W. BKTSKMEYXE. A. HILBtlMO SOUTHERN STOVE WORKS. BRiMKJVSEYER &, CO., ' Manufacturer of Stoves, Hollow Ware, Iron Railings, House, Fronts, Vra) Bnlcoules, Castings In General, OPPrR, tfJl AND SHEET IRON WARE, Ac sW Sales Room Main Street, epposite Conrt NEW AND ELEGANT GOODS .T3 X E A. COOK & 00. ;'VIS(i AND OP J5 N I Sfl AT 7f PUBLISHED BY fAJIES H. McNEELY. F. M. THAYER. JNO. H. McNEELY. US DEB 1KB FIKK OF TUX Evansville Journal Company, j J" onrnal Buildings, LOCUST STREET, BETWEEN FIRST AND WATER. j About taC:iaje Fag. j in Evansville whose share of the profits Evansville, Oct. G, &M3. i on last Saturday's shipment will be con Mt Dear JoDBirfi.: This is what the j siderably reduced thanks to Mr. Miller. Gazette calls a " delayed letter, " though j tox. the delay is in the writing of it, and not ' in its transmit;, r mv w imm Tn. ! Remarks of Secretary Chase to the ADVERTISING RATES IS DAILT. i j Business cards (5 lines or leas), one year Sij r " " " months 7 00 I " three " ... 4 60 j One square (10 lines or less) one insertion... 75 inree " ... 1 25 " " one week 1 7 " " one month 6 6 IN WEEKLY. One square, one insertien . j 00 j For each subsequent insertion 50 Special Notices retained on inside of paper, will be charged 20 per cent, additional on above rates. BOOTS AND SHOES. DRUGGISTS. GROCERIES. THURSDAY... OCTOBER 8 iFrrTr street, anil Elegant Stook Dry Goods, Fancy Goods Honse. "F. nndery Nearthe Month uf PigsonCreek EVANSVH.L.E, IltD, eyf-OKDFitS SOLICITED.-Wl my9 FICTJHE GALLERY. r CD 2 3 5 a tn W 1 B0 . r. axd 3 O P 12 5 Or I 3 ft 5 0 e 9 5-1 Hi. c s IS 4 " 3i it P 50 II M a. g, r 3 ? S " Thf'.r fl..nAa ... " r"" m-icieu wim creat can f 1ri',':v', h.an,!'- with i't'cil reference to the trade or this city ; were bought for CASH and rLL .Ut d Very, low to CMl1 Customers only. Their stock comprises nil the most ELEGANT STYLES Bcquired to co tltute a first class Jry Woods House, hmumm Elack, Plain and Fancy Silks, Foulard Silks, Fine Mozambique Dress Goods.plain and Check; T , xarees, Urganales ana Jaconets, ; occasion. Vallandiham took a similar iaourmiig- ana summer ! i-icss vroous, ot every description. ' " Treason Bemagoguelsm." Under the above caption the A'incen nes Gazette asserts that Senator Hen" dricks, in bis speech in that town on Thursday last, contended that soldiers were dishared from their allegiance, because the President had departed from the purpose for which the war was be ing prosecuted when they enlisted. The u:.:.:t of the Senator was, of eoTrrfeeTto induce soldiers to desert. The Copper heads who heard him, and are too igno rant to detect hi3 falsehoods, will write to their friends in the army what the Senator said, and try to persuade them to act on his advice. That is the legiti mate effect of such speeches as he is reported to have made, and there is little reason to donbt that he designed produ cing such an effect He tried for long months to persuade the North-west to revolt against the Government because the rebels blockaded the Mississippi. Xow that the river has been opened by the gallantry of North-western boys, aided by N ew Englanders under Banks, that portion of Mr. Hendricks' occupation is gone, and he is forced to mount some other hobby. None that he could seleot is better calculated to annoy and embar' ! rass the Government, than that of crea ting dissatisfaction in the armv. This ! dianapolis 1 promised you a statement of the time made by the several horses en tered for. the premiums for the fastest stallions, geldings and mares. I was unable to learn the names of the owners of the entries, but pive the result by numbers Stallions, trotting No. on, 3:01; No. two, 2:2o. Mares No. one. 2:51 ; Xo. two, 2:53. Geldings No. one, 2:4-1; No. two, 2:43. Pacing Gray, 2 ;,, sorrel, 2:42; black, 2:45. - Money was freely hot on the different horses, even upon the Committee's stand, and. ,nunber. of country gentremn left their greenbacks in-the hands of the In dianapolis sportsmen. The whole affair might properly he called a first class race, except that the:spectators were accommo dated with seats, and were totally in the dark as to the safest in vestment of their betting funds. You will observe that 2:43 was the qatckcsl trotting time made. Vanderbnrg countv could h.ive Lome off the red ribbon if she had been represent ed by some of her best horses. The Indianapolis papers of Friday morning called upon the citizens to visi1 the Fair. They urged that the Fair was a "big thing, " financially, for the shop keepers and hotels, and suggested the propriety of disgorging some of their spoils at the entrance gates. In Res ponse to these appeals, Indianapolis came up in one solid phalanx, ofmrni women and children. The conseqtrence was that four tbo-.isan ! dollars were ta- Retail Dealers and Manufactures of BOOTS 8l SHOES, No. 38 Main Street, EVANSVILLE, INDIANA. Missouri Delegation at Washing- ton. The following is a full report of Sec retary Chase's remarks to the Missouri i T hate now on hand a large and Kansas delegation, who had called ; tiTtn1ffot at his residence to pay their respects to j Ladies', Misses', Men's and Boys' him on Wednesday night: Boots shoes GaUm and gppers It is hardly in rule, frentlemen. t.lmt. a 1 Which we nffor for ..1. 1 t , - ' o t uy jiouse in j host Should receive such a compliment 1 the city. All our work is warranted. as you nave iust tendered me, from willle a co. FAMILY IE STOIE WM. E. HALLOCK, Druggist and Apothecary, NO. 10, FIBST STREET, NEAR POST OFFICE, Has just received another large and splendid as- he has mounted, and trots out on every ken at the ticket o :. and the enclosure j"3 (S -1 ra -t - a, ZZ. St SI. MEDICAL. B. J. DAY, X. D., PHYSICIAN & SURGEON. EXAMINIG SURGEON FOB PENSIONARY. OFFICE On Second Street, between Main and ."cast. RESIDENCE At Sherwood How. CVaoaritle, January 6, 18C3. S. W. THOMPSON, H. D., PHYSICIAN & SURGEON Imci ud Rxswzjio No. 35 Walxct Stbbst (At Dr. Ronald's Old Stand.) KVANSVIhLE. INDIANA. oT9-ly DRY GOODS KEEN Point Lace Coll ars. CoUarg of every Variety, Mourning Setts, Mourning Collars, Silk Talmas Sacques, and Circulars of all kinds, Lace Mantles, Summer Shawls, Silk Parasols, a beautiful assortment just received. Marseilles Guilts and Spreads. Cloths, Cassimeres, Staple Goods of every description. 353" OTIOJiT. Onr stack in this line is larre, and of the finest quality, to which particular attention is directed Remember the place for bargains SO. 7 FIRST STREET, EVANSVILLE, INDIANA. WATCHES & JEWELRY. was crowded to its ftll capacity. Friday course in Ohio, but be rode further than i " mue2 U, UaPr t,ie me weaiunr was propitious ; one of those rare October days when not a cloud obscures the heavens mid the sun seems to shine kith O&rwontg brightness. A band had been secured for this dav WATCHES he designed. His hobby carried him into Dixie, and it i3 to be hoped Mr. Hendricks will have equally as lengthy a ride. This thing of pursuading soldiers to desert their flag will prove as serious a matter to some of our Indiana dema gogues as it did to Mr. Vallandigham. The Government will not punish a poor fbhlicr for the crime of desertion and permit the criminal who pursuaded him to do so to escape. If desertion be a crime worthy of death, the punishment ought to be accorded to those who insti gate, as to those who commit, the crime. fo2r The superiority of American guns and gunnery was strikingly shown in the recent naval engagement in one ' eventful day : m me uays 01 Japan. There wire Tot. guests assembled under his roof. It is pferhapa less in rule that the host should reply to it. It would, however, show an indifference which 1 cannot feel, if I did not say something. Let me say, then, simply, that jou are welcome, Missou rians and Kausans, all of you to my house. I feel myself honored by this visit I rejoice to see you who were ar rayed a few years ago against each other. Uow united in the hflly cause of freedom and Union. Most sincerely do I sympa- luiz.c imu vuu in int; uistresses urougni to your homes by a wicked rebellion, and most earnestly do 1 wish that you may find the deliverance from them that you seek. You have, I understand, laid your case to-day before the Chief Magistrate of the nation. I cannot anticipate his dec'slon. He will give it, I am sure, according to his honest conviction. In times of r-i- vided opinions on vital questions, when men are arrayed on different sides, the true rule of duty, in my judgment, is to ascertain in the first place what is right and then do it. In these days the first question to ask is, who are the men in any State who most earnestly and un conditionally maintain the Union against the rebellion? Having found out who they are, go with them. It is not so im portant to know now many take the straight path, as it is to go ourselves with those who take it The first duty of the hour is to restore the integrity of the Republic; the second is to found the restored Republic upon principles which will insure rt against future disorder. I have long believed that universal freedom, and just wages for labor, are the true foundations of a Democratic Republic, This faith, I am glad to know, is your faith. I have main tained it through some trials; you are now maintaining it amid greater trials. No. 15 IVIIV STREET. and it mrncrled its woo: not with iha. ! Do not doubt your final triumph. DiflS- discordant cries of the showmen who on 1 danr and, calra!tv ma Jet ; , , . , tPnd you for a while, but guarded and every hand were heard recit.n- the won- ! msta ned by this faith, you will, I am ders of their respective exliibitions. At 1 sure, soon find in your distant Western proper distances, auctioneers were sta- 1'omes peace, prosperity and happiness. tioned. who sold at found viees fo the MSJ sa11 1 e if by any act or . 3, . , j , .- word of mine 1 can promote in any way gaping crowd, their overloaded stocks of ; the speedy coming of that day. uiaoa jcweiiy uuu Biieei iron cutlery. Add to these the thousand times repeat ed yells of unnumbered policeman ten! ' clear the track, " and you have some , faint conception of the Bbe1 through which your correspondent pas.-.? 1 on" that X. - Y . . it is ane tne Jipsrd to I MUSIC STORE. 5" vessels engaged a Dutch corvette of j bills that -,;no shows v,.,:sM L..- bu-'teJ ; eitoIW- The ..iy st of A 1 RUSK & CONYNGTON'S AND Bazaar of Fancy Goods OTANO FORTES, MKT.ODEON3 X UJl.s, Avconioiins, iulins, uiuiars. Hutes. BABMOKI- & PRESTON LAUtJE AKD TT AVE JI'ST" REGETVEP A i i general assortment 01 Desirable Dry GopLs, Which they invite tha "trade" to cK'and .-..i-, nrir.1 sn.l aoalities: bellrTinauiovi they can save dealers additional freight and ex ;nn in going fort her Eastward. Janlo JEWELRY, AT nuwing, A. C. PUSHEE, BKALXB IX Foreign & American Fancy Goods, COMBS, BEVSHES, PURSES, WALLETS, .v:iicheis. Toilet Soaps Rubber Goods, GAMES, YANKEE NOTIONS, t.adles BasVets, Cblldrens Cabs, &e. No. 20, Main Street, Wholesale and Retail. French vessels one a steam frigate of : repeal of this order rescued the Fail' : thirty-five truns, and the other a steamer I from decided failure If '. ricult'ur- I m I r w : of four guns and the U. S. steam cor- al products wer m&Jgre and the stoc1: ' j vette Wyoming, of four 32-pounders and inferior, the visit cm hm& only to atp , two 10 inch pivot guns. The performance I asute ana wuniru nai.:-- a, t.- 1.1 j of the Dutch and French vessels was very j a five-legged, calf or ta- ' happy j I ordinary. The Japanese batteries pep-1 family," or study at b: i 1 rC the aas- r-ered them until they were forced to re- : tronomical problem ot a L unanan swa'- etlon Hooks tridss always on hand. "aney Goo-.ts, Toys and t(OJB at V!lolt)sale .-.ud Ritail. ' ' OV1 Pianos taken In oxchange fur new ones. list I 11 ts. of t.11 klti-li r..,iiiriMl unit t nneil . aoi,4 No. 1 MAIN sEI!T. Evansville. LIVERY STABLE. AMERICAN bTABLE, tire without inflicting any damage upon j lowing a sword, wh eh, a cot ling to all Mj,n and lorust St8, Pure Drnes, Chemicals, Perfumeries, Brusnes, T Medicines, Fancy Articles, Pomades, Combs, H EN R Y LUTZ, Dealer in GROCERIHS PROVISIONS. tor. llifsnnt Street and the Canal EVANSVILLE, INDIANA. T HAVE RETURNED HOME FRO St THE A army, and am ready to see ay old customers, and the public generally, at the old stand. The highest market price paid for PRODUCE. I am also prepared to accommodate people attend ing Market with board and lodging, aad will also take care of their horses and wagcus, having a good stable and w jgon-yard. My Bar is also open for customers. n LUTZ oct6-lwdAlmw FRESH FAMILY GROCERIES. lonex Articles, aps, CTUBtrtill nr a rtnrrr JTiavonng Extras, &c, &c ajua JLL, O. WUJi, Brandies and Wines, for Medical Purposes. the Approved Patent Medicines kept con itantly on hand and for sale at North American srioea. BsSL Particular attention paid to thecomponnding f prescriptions at all hours. WM. E. HALLOCK, No. 10 Booth First Street, near Post Office, "Ofi KvansTille, Ind. BROUGflTON & WOOD. CRESCEXT CITY DREU STORE. & GWATHMET, TURNER WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEAI.KRS IX BOOTS AND SHOES, AND Hats & Caps, K c 15 Main Street. EVANSVILLE, .(DIANA CITY BOOT AND SHOE STORE. Drugs, Chemicals, Paints, Oils, Varnish, Window Glass, Sand Paper, Perfumery, Soaps, Coal Oil, Lamps, Fruit ars, Sealing Wax, Patent Medicines, Dye Stuffs. Sole Agents for Whit field's Pile Cure. 115 Main Street, Between Sixth and Seventh, Is the place to obtain the Cheapest and best FAMILY GROCERIES Good Sugar 7 pounds Tor 81. Excellent Coffee 3 pounds for $1. Everything else in proportion. Katables of all kinds kept constantly on hand. Call and examine articles aod pric, s lfore pnrchashrng elsewhere nnu omi.r received every Saturday. ng8 WM. GLENN & SONST Wholesale Grocers, 70 and 7a Vine Street, Bet. Second and Pearl Sts. CINCINNATI, O. HAVE ALWAYS ON HAND AND FOR sale at the lowest market prices, a large and well selected stock of Groceries, Tobacco, Cordage, Wooden Ware, Ac, to which wa inrito the atten tion 01 Mercnjtnts. sepl9 SAMusL E. Gn.sr.RT. William R. Bun S. E. GILBERT & CO., WHOLESALE GROCERS, Sycamore Street, bet. Water aad First, Evajjsvillx, Isd. A full assortment of Groceries always on hand, ad for sale at the lowest prices. SHIRT MANUFACTORY. J. SMITH'S SHIRT MANUFACTORY, N"o, Second St, (in beat's block.) SHIRTS MADE TO ORDER FROM MKAS urment and a fit warranted. A stock o ready. made Shirts and Collars always on band, and at prices that will suit the purchaser. Tuck'ig tsuaas, etiching Bosoms, Ac, done w.'th neatness and despatch. Thankful for past favors, the subscriber respect fully solicits a conrnance of the patronage as liberally bestowed for the past firs years. oct29 J.SMITH. NEW SALOON. CHANGE OF EXCHANGE STOVES, &c. A NEW ARRANGEMENT. 1 a.l- T .vr.rt,4l, mtint At, n M, tho flWfl O lllOtiSiI TO IH ' 1 1 . OOQ IO UJUt I w..-, - f a n T T J U lif V VP U'tTt.'tl . 1 . lie J il I M liL.Tl' Ul LU UIUUI.vjiiuii;. OV, j 7 - 4 1 t a r l.l f.lvl r.? A I'Ul .in luun . , " " av" flCfl A KTT1 K.iii,KK ! 1. W U thronrh rlirtl. Thi ! was 1 is well known throughout the. country, pes- ViI A-sah fa7Ad . HW mmmm II L) f V C J , villi tuc V JVHHUKj lull I ! in between the batteries and a Japanese j pleased to be thus humbugged, tao ! steamer, exploding the boilers of the one j showmen were in ecsiiici - . A ' 1 nm! inflietinr' "real damacre to the others. (linary moues o. seepi-ix u..- - A Jananesebri? in the harbor was sunk. ' money failed them. The greag? bits of s. . wi ' 1 . Hnsjnst opened at the old ptand No. 4 Uua of th largest and best selected sticks of WATCHES, CLOCKS EVASaVILLE, dec3S INDIANA A!IO LAW CARDS. K A RLE S DENB Y , Attorney at Law, tlaa resumed the practice of Law. Office sn Third Straet, middle of Hall's Block, up stairs. febS JAMES RE I D , Attorney at Law AND COLLECTING AGENT. OFFICE On Third Street, third door from SaeCtacleS, street, in t'.ie Crescent ity Bank Building, - rr.xTeintTr ivmini Watch Jlateriais, fi llIIOI ; . 1 . i .. A Aw 1 i -a. . ' A. Diamond Rins and Pins, Silver Ware, Silver Cups, Soup Ladles, Table and Tea Spoons, Napkin Rings, Batter Knives, Childrens' Setts, &c. &c. Plated Ware, Full Tea Sgts, Castors, Pitchers, Caps, Butter Dishes, Salt-Cellars, Goblet3, Jewelry. t . .1 nn vx.-iw n ifiit - 11 ( 1 ?C: I and the Wyoming's KMnch shells went . Drown u 8" ,'". : T " l'--t.. ' 8 . n. until an empty candle box won' 1 r-o-sTceir ploughing through the streets ot Simon- cotltainthe ourrencv 01 the more bopular The young lady who walked the rope each day of the Fair, w;i on inhabitants of the town cease to talk j u d j at tno ., ,jvert'ueil time started - - tatle auvaiitages supirior i any oimiA, Bsiabllabiaent in the City, having arrangements for the seception oT private hnrses at livery of the 1..; huJ co.ni'lete description, and at the uvi .1 ratut. . 1 irriages for -.UiMnc to lit. Coaches, liclit nd every U'lid of r nil '.eliicle to let. . sold en coiamjsaloa Second hand Baggy's ..' the ?, ry e 5 Jt prices. Passengers for. ! oseki, frightening the natives out of their j exhtbittooa ' : wits. It will be a long time before the ' - ef i .e.'.-e. as.H 1 iu .,.1 partn uf r e rouiitry ty spociut enn- BICUARDSON, BBITTON & CO. SEGARS, &c. ! about those "great guns," and " the ' ter-ible Americans." The Wyoming, ! however, did not escape unscratched. j She was struck eleven times, and lost fonr men killed and seven wounded, one j of whom lias since died. Copperlieadism Going Under, The New York Herald is not a paper A full assortment of all kinds of that cares much for principle or consist lfrtarlps i ency; but it has a good deal of sagacity, and always aims to be on the popular aide. It supported Seymour for Gover nor ot New ) orK, ana at one nine r Jas. T. W'allier, JUsTI. E OF THE PEACE AND Agent for obtaining Pensions, Back Pay and Bounty SOR DISCHARGED SOLDIV.rM, AND FOR i' the Widows and other legal represen tatlves of those who dio in the service of tha United States. olSos on tlie North-West side of Third Street, near the Washington House nd nearly oppsite the Court Hon-e, Eranaville, Indiana. All business entrusted to him will be promptly attended to. jylS-'T Watch Glasses, &c, &c. nav;.np bonght my stijck for Cash, I can ll at the lewest figures for Cash Call and examine iny stock liefore purchasing elsewheri'. CKo. A. BITTROI.FF. WS N'i 4S Main Street. DRUGS, &c. on her perilous journey, amid the " Oh! deir me's''. nnd 'Did vou ever';-,"' of; her Hoosier sisters of s agility, who stood upon the gWnnd hefee'ath and watched with straiaiu,,' fyrs and gaping ' mouths. Your particular friend, 'ITam." was there. I ask(! nim if he saw the young lady perform on the tir!it rope. He rep'ii d, "T ww bur but arn'riu'e.' 1 gave Ham my hat as a reward fe his execrable wn and b-r't. the gro'.tnds in distrust. ' The Batrs II, a :- 'vli.-r:' I buna up, 3 HUOEDER & LEMCKE, WHOLESALE OEALBBS IH s. Smoking, Chewins-Tobacco, SnuiT, Pipes, &c. E7ANSVILLE. IND. jTn btxvi now, and will keep, on ban, a complete : . ; is assorted rtnok of 1ARS TOBACCO, v; r n:r. hamk to tiik pcbi.ic l.'ie. COB ''ASH. SECOND STREET WE DEVOTK OCR ENTIRE ATTENTION TO The Boot and Shoe Trade if) 3. O 1 gOo Off 2 -5 H 6 BP O O P 08 09 OUR FALL AND WINTER GOODS ABB Superior to any offered in market. We are receiving goods every day. Our facilities are such we can and will soil goodB cheaper than any other house in the city. Boots, Shoes and Gaiters mended for nothing. BOOT N E W SHOE STORE. .UlUi' li !;.: interest to enli aud tabled 10 se.l to jTiee.'. V,.e !i eiiali eTnv house in the West -1 HKoUbKB v kMCKB WM H. P. STODDARD, commended Fernando Wood for Speaker of the next Congress. But the Herald was crowded to iwocwiug. Ci ptam has had new light. It discovers the roll- jA,.TWEI ,, wsin ' ' .ii.-.-a-in..-the ing of the great popular waves that are Htiefidf 4lBaI)3e ,0 hlK miwer. about to burv Copperbeadism and Oop- ,'JM1J . nerbeads out of siffht It. is now calling ous guests, in bis usual graceful tenner. L tv " ! -w . , . i : -.! I...T..-., 1 taiie great, pitm-un; m cicii'."..::iij tlie kind attention of CBjpfi Hrtrtweiji and for an orsani.ation ot the war L'einoc- raev. In Saturday' issue it says: 1 IVORYTYPES, PHOTO GR APS AND ALSO, WEDDING CARDS, Mounted In Beautiful Style, A J Adam's Photograpnte Gallery, 0VIR POST-OF. ICB. The War Demoeracv ought to hold a i mass meeting in this city immediately, and endorse the war platform and the i war ticket Seymour, Booby Brooks and ' Ben Wood vni! twiinip them if the , not careful." rMPOKTER, MANtFAUTUREB, AXD UKAL,- in anomei rarucic, me s.nm jjujici . er in Drucs, Medicines, Chemicals, Oils, Paints. ! "Now is the time for all true war tres"'"ent " mine host," Sir. Ho::, n. T sfioubbfuil Xo. 17 Main Street, EVAXSVILLB. IXD. to do my duty as a 1 Journal, if I did nol house of" Hie "o" 1 tion. 1 111s noteit p has 1 1 t Democra'ts and Conservatives of every i rints long since. lent of OM tit': 1 . ' . .: rssT- of doubtful re in the pnblic is barely DOSsi- Vnrniyihea. tilass. Rrushee. Lnmns, Dve Stuffs, and I .1, '-- 1 , 1 - Am. . rifncr At ere. with a large an 1 varied assortment of Patent Med. 1 gtnpe to show their hands in a manner ' 'e that by repeated notices ot it, ; ieiue auu renumery, loeiuer wiiii j """" M' : tion of Ambrotype and Photograph Goods, con 1 sistins; f Cameras. Chemicals, Cases and Frames constantly un hand, and sold at reasonable prices Orders frcm Merchants and Artists prompnj , . ,.f .u: .-c'0 ,.. .: Let mi'ti ot the true metal and ap MANTUxV MAKING. ' I'i.AlMirAr.TEKS Fltlt CLOAX, MANTILLA. axd' ; ., - a -;?S-.a (ZZ.l3LT&- :iaS. ELIZA SPEIGLB3ESa, H THE (11 1) POST OKKICK BWfjDtNO, ON ' Kl si Street, hi iust reeairew freli supplies U'uat. Uu Kusi, -f the riebeat fabrics, and Is uuw !' tcrni. iieaks. Mantius, Circle, ana Sacines of :!il' l.it mnt-Tial ainl ot um uuui wauuiui styles. Hi stbrik is so complete, that with tho assist at the most comp.-tent Dress and Cloak pasters iu the countrj', she is able to defy all cum nutitors iu both stve and prices. 1 h . n 1 a. .nnbt a lariva am. Mr. opIMCOIDOTK atu una MuuAue "' . . . . . . w a n - - !.,.. 1 .. , 1 . I ,,1..' S2 o a (S 03 e-f- O CD e-f- O O n o t-1 o 5 0 o t-3 d M Q H IE Q I H : 0 III S o SAM 6BAMMBB L HABRT J0HNS0X haviug purchased Theodore's Exchange, ABE FITTIXG IT UP IN EXCELLENT style for a first class ( BILLIARD SALOON and BTSTAI BANT. ! Liquors and tlieir larders will all'TimcsTe'fled I with the richest dainties froaa the animal and vegetable kingdoms, and the waters of the vasty ttmt:'" '"' iw... .Kr-- Their Billiard Boom is large and their TABLES 1 FIRST CLASS. t The establishment will re-open on Tuesday next. A liberal share of public patrenage is respectfully ' gliclted. rnvSOdSm -i W H O B tr o B m M o w I .AH AND DOORS. JA?ESSTEELE, (Successor te Stzslb A Htmam,) SECOND ST., BET. CHESTNUT AN CHER BY, EVANSVILLE, INDIANA. SASH, D00ES, WINDOW BLINDS Dressed Lumber Boards, LkIIis, Ac, of every description constantly on hand. Packing Boxes of all kinds made to or- erder. Sawing of every kind done on the shortest notice. apl8-ly W. HUNNELL, CORNER WALNUT STREET AND CANAL, EVANSVILLE, IND., Has on hand the largest lot of Bashes, Doors, Blinds, Frames, ic, Ever Mannfactnrad In the West. THEY ARE OF MY OWN MAKE. ' I have also a fine lot 01 White Pine and Popular Flooring. Moulding of all kinds madeand sawing of all descriptions done at the shortest notice. FOREIGN LIQUORS. MACHINEST. AX. IIFll MAt sTS that riU cow down and neutralize the lhe aUentio'n of Railron.1 omcials may Xof eVerfllyta rame. s spoil-monger, ng. conscience forsaken tbe charaeter of .he meals Eft greiMarSet. lor the f.l prices polcal "managers who are attempting De mwB lu 1 c . i,.r of the Ladies of Evansvilla ut.tl vicinity too attended to, and forwarded as instructed. ties. set out at the Junction nnuer me tine 01 Dinner." It is useless to particularize, "inn nil I anturlf., .rlU white anil near- r t Kj ly inoderons, for sale by the gallon or bar- , proved antecedents lose no time in rally- j ag ur reafiers have nearly all stopped wi, at n Mainstteet. J- together, in mass meeting onr unter- ; J , , t h t AMPS, lamps A new supply just received, rjned cohorts; and let such a platform . l"""l- . T A-l at 17 Main street i'EVEB AND AGCEMF.DICINES of all kinds It It would "be 'v' great improvement if tbe Tho best BswtBC Machines of Grovcr & Baiter manufactory for familv use. for sale by ' Mrs. ELIZA SPIEGELBEBQ, No. IS First Street b6t Main and Second. sepTJ ka nut forward, and such sDeecbes be ; t-if.veb AND AGLESii UMClMBof ail kmds , rinp. tie knen of the truin woud run througii to lerro liaute tPw. A, MinTv' ANn sv. rkt off Copperhead heresy throughout the length and cive paSFftngers ti rr.e to ev dmnfer ! C'BaVIpVArr Vbe and breadth of the loyal land. For such a eonsummaiion tue puopie are mum , , .. than ready. Tuev are' eager. Let the On thewa, down, two ,,,i from . h recognized leaders of the honest war souri, with twelve negroes ot all ages complexion. For sale at WM. H. P. STODDARD'S, 17 Mail LIQUORS. SOAP AND CANDLES. Iliilip Decker, (Successor to Decker A Kramer), Manufacturer of Lard Oil SOAP AND CANDLES. Also, an extra article of HUBNING, ENOINE, AND CAB OIL Dealers in Besin, Soda, Ashes, Ae. Also Pure Catawba Win 'if inn own raining, in quantities to salt pur chasers. if am ktrtet, hetuee Tint nnd Stctmd, EVA5SVILI.S, IjtDlAXA. Terms eah, or BU days' paper negotiable ik jaii2n-lV street. CREAM OF TARTAR AND SODA, PURE lor medical or linily us, at STODDARD'S 17Ma:u str.et. BULL'S F AHN ESTOC K'S Mc L A N E'S and "a variety of other Veimifugcs, at the City Drug Store, 17 Main Street. AND AGUE let. BUSHES An endless variety of kinds and N. F. CAIlll & CO., IN IMPORTED VTT-HOLESALE DEALEBS it. tV 1 H A L L E S B E h K R ' FEVER IO Antedote for sale at 17 Main Street. JJ qualities can be bad at 17 Main Street. MBS. ALLEN'S HAIR BESTOBATIVE AND Tllabalsamum, the best preparation extant for the Hair and Scalp. For sale at STODDARD'8, 17 Main Street nnaBKnanHMMSHMMnaM VARIETY STORE. PUSHEE' S VARIETY STORE, No. 20 Main Street, IS TnE PLACE TO FIND FANCY GOODS, Combs, Brus-es, Pocket Wallets, Card Cases, ' ... I. ...... I... u iti... unil l.iolinrs. t:lVH Ti ,tnr iln tiii'ir dutv and all will be ,,! mhmAnm of I-olov. eame on hoard the n.il t No. First Street, (adioinnla Messrs. nit ' "7. . ..I Holliusswnrth m Bio., Oueenmviro Stere,) a large well. ... . train at tbe Junction. hen v:e reached (toclt & Liquors, to which we i.s tceali the at- All tms IS IBJpuuaui aa f"'u","ft ! Vr- onn, XT. u,,, MUlpr arj ..,,,.nt of tention ol tbe trail. We ale prepare 10 oner sx- aiirnsoftbe times. The peace Demo- incennes, Mr. 1, ..a a... .u 01 trBf,riJtr:irv it)(,aofniellt, to Ch buyers, and re- j !r,t are doin? under rapidly in New the Provost Marshal's Department, ar- spectfniiy nvite Merchants, Bar Keepers dealers, t crats are going uiiuer iPJu 7, , , . ,., . , and all otners who are intereited in buying good York, as they have done in Maine, tali- rested the men tor Kidnapping, and toid , Liquors, to call upon us before purchasing. t J n .i; onil aa thnv will .. ... .. '.'t'v. .i. . Our stock is lame, and constats of a very great ! a?. iT i ' . rr, j ' , tne asionisnea nejrrpes inai u;oy were variet, of iB.ported wiuos and Liquors of almost in uDOMur...- ZSl7i ' at libertv to skedaddle, which they did The Herald sees this and has deserted . , 1 . ,.' . . J the sinkin" shin. without persuasion. 1 his was tb.e sec- onu lot ot negroes which amvea at in- I'HRISTllN KtAT. KRATZ HEiLMAM, City loi:nitv. Manufacturers aii-j Builders of Steam Engine- and Boilers. Saw and StU: tfiJI Ma chinery, Tobacco Screws. Gumming Machines, Chinese SusjarCane Mills, KVANSVILLE, IND mHK PBOPBIETORS OF THE CITV FOUND 1 rv hair leave to inform their friends and tb public in general, that they are prepared to do al! kinds ot Mnnhina St "Pi' v, i o. " T". or KI rTU And everything appertaining to the Foundry bus- I 91 JS Lii i Ineas. Thev are mauufucturinr Steam Engines and Boilers of any siae and pewer required. Saw Mill Machinery and Mill Gearing of any site ; Dis tillery and Mining Machinery, Tobacco Screws, Gumming Machines, Threshing Machines, Malt Mills, Horsepowers, Corn Shelters, Machinery of al! kinds made and repaired ; Iron and Brass Cast ings of every description, Iron House Fronts, Cel lar Grates, Ac. Cooking and Heating Stoves of the latest improved patterns ; Hollow Ware, Dog Irons, Ac. Brewers, Distillers, Rectifiers, &c. upplied with every description of Copper aad iheet Iron Work, Brewing Kettles, Befrigeratore, Attemporators, Sparges, Stillheads and worms oo an improved principle. Columns for Alcohol Stills. Yeast Jugs, Cans, Syphons, Ac. ; Copper. Lead and Tir. r:.r,r nmi nor! Iron Punips of every 1 1 U U nu. , V..J,' - 1 - . - " . T i Tarfety, for Beer. SpiriU, Oil, Ac. Brass Cocks and Bread for the Hungry! ytZT W .ie. on fit.m Boilers, Copper and Sheet Iron Work, Ac. Old Metals Bought. They are dealing in and selling Allen's Imprsv J war W I wnn WabbJ Ptvu.a mm Rt'O&ME kAPPl.I K W M. RHhAkt'SfirEO. KltTLKR & SCHNAKENBIBG, Imporiers aud Dealers in Whiskys, Brandies, Wines, Gins, &c, &c, &c. Also Beciifiers and Manufacturers of Domestic Wines end Liquors NO. 4 WATER ST., bet. Main and Sycamore, anuH EVANSVILLE. IND. MARBLE WORKS. F. M . SELLMAJN Has just received, at No. 35 MAIN STREET A large and carefully selected stock of BOOTS, SHOES. GAITERS, SLIPPERS, CHILDREN'S WEAR, -r-vw tttt- T. A TV.ST STYLES. WHICH HE IS X.) selling as low as any house tn the city. The public arc invited to call and examine Goods and Prices before purchasing elsewhere. He warranto his goods to give satisiaction. No trouble to show gaods. Mending done FBEE OF CHARGE, should they prematurely give way. , fc ggvMAN, Evansville, Sept. 15, 18G3. 35 Main Street. STEAM BAKERY. every grade. Also, a large assortment of old Bonrbon, Monongahela and Bye Whisky, which wo warrant to bo genuine. sepS-Bm N. F. CARR A CO. NEW STEAM BAKERY, Xo. 11 WATER STREET, EVANSVILLE, INDIANA. aT tX -T X"2 ooeived, rrrrect from the Quavrtea, the and' tbe , The Finest Stock of Marble Ever brought te this market, and for sale at & YOUNG'S American and Italian Marble Manufactory, WARE AND SALES ROOM KTo. 134 MAIN STREET, Nearthe Canal. w rnt 11 a Ihe Louisville legion. mis gauwu cenne3 Ust weuk e;t route for Kentacky. regiment went into the recent fight at Tfae of nine camfl djwn Friday Chickamauga three hundred and fifty- nicrht to the Petersburg road, when they three strong, and came ont f wewplawdin hacts and carried to tie two hundred and thirty-nine. This in- re8t ferry. xuev ai bulonircd to Tablets, Scissors. Knives, Watch Keys. Guard cludes killed, wounded and missing. nartie in Missouri ;ir.d were fteina car- ;haius. Thimbles, heedles, Pins, Tape Measures. , . -, , parlies in .uisauuu, ,u.u w .. it. ji nig cai SwZTbSS poo riTorv,: KKTA writer in the Richmond Dis- ried off like sheep, v, I, apia by these -a- , ties. Marbles, che-men. Deiis, Co rt clasp, . , comrjiain. that there are so maDV ' kidnappers. Ample arrangements have riAHf I"; Ktfi'i fii HA OTWIi AK steel Pens, Kennies, uiums, uuuto iiii, louei i -- I inteUiKeneeOffle on Third Street, four doors So.p. Jew.iry, Violin String., Wo.k Box... Union men in East Tennessee that the I 3en made to Stop phis iralbc, and ptlliisn west Of the Washington Hotel, where he will give T STLi U1. ..n'l l nv infnrmntion of th ' ihe narties connected with it. The "tin- rillqrns aniust j a v a - - r GROCERIE 3. T7KESH WHITE LIME r INTELLIGENCE OFFICE etrlct and prompt attention to ail baalne in tha WE DESIBE TO INFOBM THE CITIZENS of Evansvillo, and the community in gen- 1 eral, that our NEW STEAM BAKERY, 150 barrels Blue River. Just received and for K O. 11 A a as. rs. " s:ile by S. E GILBEBT 4 1U. Tj now jn snCceesful operatiol, and we shall kesp M p30 No 4 Sycamore street. j consuntly on hand and make to order, on short notice, all articles made at use manufactories ; such as Bread, Cakes, Pies, Crackers, Ac, Ac. Being supplied with all the modern machinery to fociliato ns in our business, we flatter ourselves that we can give the most ample satisfaction in the quality of our goods and in prices. We will also keep on hand a large and choice j stock of Confections, Fruits, Nuts, Cigars. Ac, to which we oall attention. Orders for public or private Parties, Festivals O0TT0N BATTING- KJ 50 50 Bales, for sale very low 80it30 By S. E OlLUt-in j IX7 KITING PAPER . , . V V r.00 Reams Cap Letter, and 1 ancy and Plain Nots, for sale low . e'ep.10 By 8. E, GILBEBT A CO. D Shoe, Horse and Scrubbing, for salo ed Steam Guage, Wrought Iron Welded Pipes and ; T'lbbing, Hiram Hopkius' Improved 8mut Ma chines, Stephen Hughes' Flour Separators, German . Bolting Clth, Gum Elastic Belting, Packing, ' Hose, of the best kind; Tinplate, Sheet Iron Block Tin, Pig Iron, Babit Metal, Spelter, Fire Brick. They have every facility of the best Machinery 1 and 'workmen, and wlU give all work entrusted tu i them, their individual attentien, filling orders , pomptly, warranting their work, and are satisfied with reasonable prices. WOfllce snd Sale Booms, Foundry, Boiler-yard Machine Shop on Pine street, between First and econd streets, Evansville, I ud. dec 7 NOTICE. Our facilities foi furnishing these wishing MONUMENTS, GRAVESTONES, TOMBS, M A N T I. E S, Or anything else in our Une, are unearpassed ia thOureSttock of Marble is complete, having : been selected with great care at the Quarries. mySdiw line. Zettung tepy el5 JfHTX tVAIMAN. lag Baskets, As., S , at wholesale aud r- Federal force with Burnside. darground railroad " has aeyeral agents eep3o By 8. E GILBEBT A CO, Ko. Sycamore St. Balls, Ac, Ac, promptly filled on reasonable term- seiilBtf A. WBLD A CO. To the Ladies of Evansville and Vicinity. MRS. ROWLAND 18 PREPARED TO DO all the latest styles of Embroidery and Braid Stamping at her residence, on Seeond between Mnlbesy and 9am Streets. sapiT-Sm UHIHOEN & B E I H K M A N , (Successor to M. A. Lawrence,) Dealers In AMERICAN -N0 ITALIAN MARBLE. Main Stree Near C-Mirt Honst. EVANSVILLE, - - - INDIANA. OSeMonuments, M ties. Tombs, Vases, and all kinds of Furniture W kneatly aad promptly ex ecuted in the latest an -est styles.